Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Worth-West/I-30
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After visiting the library we made our way to the Ritz Carlton Hotel in downtown Dallas where we met the Tresca's. They invited us to the concierge lounge and we had a very nice conversation and snacks. From there we drove with Fred, Debbie and Clayton to the AT&T Stadium for the football game.
Our seats furnished by the Tresca's were in the club level on the ...
Our 2014 Hawkins Family Vacation ended safely upon our return home after 4 AM early Wednesday morning. It was long drive through the sands of west Texas but nothing beats the blessing of a safe delivery to a still-standing and working home.
Our final tally was 15 days, 3,571 miles traveled and over 82 hours in the car.
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... is that many of the farms were growing cotton. This surprised me, since I always think of the south for cotton...Georgia, South Carolina, etc. The difference between these cotton fields and those we are more familiar with is very striking...oil wells. Dispersed throughout many of the fields were these hammers, appearing to pound the ground in a rhythmic cadence, but pulling the oil up, from the deep wells below, into nearby holding tanks. And we saw drilling rigs, where ...